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  1. Batjac Productions is an independent film production company co-founded by John Wayne in 1952 as a vehicle for Wayne to both produce and star in movies. The first Batjac production was Big Jim McLain released by Warner Bros. in 1952, and its final film was McQ, in 1974, also distributed by Warner Bros.

  2. 18 de mar. de 2021 · Learn how the cowboy icon's production company got its name from a spelling error on a secretary's paperwork. The story behind the origin of Batjac, the company that produced many of John Wayne's classics, is a hilarious and heartwarming one.

  3. Batjac Productions es un conglomerado multinacional, cuyos títulos más conocidos son Tras la pista de los asesinos, El gran Jack, McQ, La soga de la horca, Matar a un hombre, Muñeca de porcelana, Caravana al Oeste, El hombre de la cámara acorazada, Hondo (Serie de TV) y Hondo and the Apaches

  4. Batjac Productions is an independent film production company co-founded by John Wayne in 1952 as a vehicle for Wayne to both produce and star in movies. The first Batjac production was Big Jim McLain released by Warner Bros. in 1952, and its final film was McQ, in 1974, also distributed by Warner Bros.

  5. He joined his father's film production company, Batjac Productions, for The Alamo (1960) and became line producer for McLintock! (1963) and producer on many other John Wayne vehicles including Big Jake (1971) and Cahill U.S. Marshal (1973).

  6. Batjac Productions is a film studio that produced a number of movies in the Western genre, such as The Alamo, McLintock!, Rio Lobo, and The Green Berets. The Movie Database lists 21 movies produced by Batjac, with release dates, genres, and cast information.